Answer: Brachycome, or Swan river daisy, is a delightful, airy, sprawling perennial which bears masses of dainty daisylike flowers. The plants prefer cool temperatures and will perform poorly, or disappear altogether, during prolonged hot spells. You may want to sow seeds in August for autumn display when temperatures are cooler. Brachycome will fill a container all by itself and may resent sharing space. Try growing it alone at first. If it thrives, you can add other plants next time you plant.
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